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The author continues to explore the deeper meaning of the word holistic and questions the use of the word by pet food companies.
"The beauty of our animals is that they teach us to observe our own wellness and, if our eyes are open, bring us closer to the mystery of our imbalances by acting as a conduit in which to learn."
"In the distance, written among the other chalkboards that listed items like local honey & organic yams, I noticed the Holistic Center offered acupunture."
"As I walked out the front door at Standing Tall with my own cup of coffee I couldn't help but close my eyes and take a deep breath of all that surrounded me."
In this introductory blog the author explores the term holistic and how living holistic is about discovering completeness but never being finished.
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